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Accompaniments like chutneys have the capacity to enhance even a simple dish into a wonderful meal. Imagine chomping into a Batata Vada or a Samosa dipped into Green Chutney! Breakfast recipes like Rava Idli or Mysore Masala Dosa accompanied by South Indian Chutney is a perfect start to the day. The famous vada pav, samosa pav and bhajji pav are surely incomplete without smothering them with some spicy sukhi lehsun chutney.

All over India, a wide range of chutneys are prepared, to accompany snacks and main course dishes, as well as to be used in the preparation of other dishes. There are dry as well as wet chutneys, and some chutneys can even be prepared in bulk and stored. Gujaratis and Maharashtrians observe fasts on auspicious Hindu festivals like Navratri, Ganesh Chaturthi and consume fasting food made with specific ingredients like potato, sago, peanuts etc. Peanut Curd Chutney is a spicy, crunchy and tangy accompaniment that goes well with deep-fried snacks.

Chutney Podi is one such dry powder, which can be mixed with ghee or til oil and enjoyed with idlis or dosas. South Indian cooking offers a wide range of chutneys that just require a handful of easily available ingredients like coconut, tamarind, tomato, onions and tempering made of aromatic ingredients like curry leaves, urad dal, chana dal, whole red chillies. Whip up lip-smacking side dish like the Mysore Chutney, Red Garlic Chutney, Tomato Coconut Chutney, Spicy Onion Chutney which are popular chutney recipes for dosa. South-Indian food, be it from restaurant or roadside stalls is incomplete without Coconut chutney, Onion Tomato Chutney and Sambhar as accompaniments to the food.

The ingredients used to make chutney is not limited to just vegetables, you can even make Fruit Chutney, that is chunky and acts more like a dip. Pineapple and Raisin Chutney made with tangy pineapple and sweet raisin is more like a spread and can be eaten along with bread and Chapatis to snacks. Also, you can use raw mangoes to make tongue-tickling Raw Mango and Onion Chutney or Kacchi Keri Ni Chutney in summer.

If you are looking for a sweet and spicy accompaniment to crunchy bhajias and pakoda, farsaans like dhokla , kachori then this Instant Khatti Meethi Chutney and Garlic Chutney is what you must try making! Chutneys like Khajur Imli Chutney and Chilli Garlic Chutney (red chutney) are used in the preparation of chaats like Bhel Puri, Sev Puri and the Mumbai roadside famous Pav bhaji. It can be deep-frozen and stored for several months. This section introduces you to a range of Quick Chutneys whose recipes duration is not more than 20 minutes, which can be made easily and quickly. They can be the ‘magic spell’ that transforms your meal into an extraordinary one. Also, dishes like dal pakwan, kebabs or cutlets taste amazing with tangy Mint Chutney made by combining fresh coriander and mint leaves.

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An all time favourite accompaniment to be served with south indian delicacy snacks.
The Coconut Chutney has a well-rounded flavour that goes well with most variants of Idlis , Dosas , Appe , be it plain, veggie-topped, or more exotic options like Rava Idli or
This flavourful Chutney Podi is sure to make you gobble up an extra idli or two! Mixed with til oil, this Chutney Podi makes an exciting accompaniment to hot idlis and dosas. When packing idlis in the lunch box or for a journey, you can coat them with a mixture of Chutney Podi and til oil to make su ....
Easy and quick to prepare. Almost all South Indian snacks are served with a variety of chutneys on the side. This is a popular dosai chutney served in Tamil Nadu. This cooked chutney stays well for upto 2 days in an air-tight container in the fridge, b ....
Kannada cuisine is generally marked by the moderate use of coconut and jaggery in almost all accompaniments. Here in the Mysore Chutney, these ingredients come together with a combination of dals, tamarind and spices. This chutney can be spread on the inner side of
Although red in colour, the red garlic chutney is not fiery. The use of coconut moderates the spiciness of this chutney, making it suitable for all. The use of tamarind pulp is very important to balance the taste of coconut and garlic, and ensure that you add the suggested quantity.
When peanuts and fresh curds do a tango on stage, what you get is a spicy, crunchy and tangy accompaniment that goes well with Sabudana Khichdi and Sabudana Vada ,
Quick and easy though it is, the Chilli Garlic Chutney has a vibrant flavour that makes its presence felt in any recipe! Just a few ingredients and a few minutes are all it takes to make this dynamic chutney, which combines the fieriness of chillies and the pungency of garlic. You can store ....
Home-made vegetable chutneys are a better option than store-bought sauces and dips, which tend to be highly salted. Carrots subtly flavoured with garlic, chilli powder and lemon juice makes a mouth-watering accompaniment for buckwheat.
Chaat without green chutney? Never! One of the most important ingredients used by Mumbai’s street-food vendors, the Green Chutney is used not just in the preparation of chaat but also in various other exciting dishes like vada pav and sandwiches too. You can even serve it as an off-beat dip for chip ....
A unique combination of perky coriander and pungent garlic, made into a chutney that urges you to lick your fingers! The lemon juice adds a pleasant tang to the Coriander Garlic Chutney, while the roasted chana dal helps balance the flavours and thickens the chutney as well.
Like most South Indian recipes, this is a hot and spicy tomato and onion chutney. Perk up your meal with this chutney. Purée this to make a coarse chutney and enjoy the contrasting flavours.
A refreshing combination of coriander and coconut, the green chutney goes well with dhoklas and other snacks. In most cases, chaats are also laced with green chutney. In all, it is very versatile and can be used as an accompaniment.
Here’s a chutney that will tickle your taste buds and perk up any dish it is served with. An apt accompaniment for idli, dosa and hot steamed rice, the Capsicum Chutney combines the pungent, mildly spicy flavour of capsicum with the comforting taste of roasted dal, the tanginess of tamarind, the ....
Think beyond the traditional cucumber when making raita. How about using boiled and mashed yam? you are sure to love this unconventional accompaniment.
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